Fasciculate

• (a.) Alt. of Fasciculated
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Fasciculate

an inflorescence that has all the flowers radiating from a base point, bundle or cluster.
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Fasciculate

an inflorescence that has all the flowers radiating from a base point - see photo link
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fasciculate

Clustering habit. Offsets from the base form tight bunches.
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fasciculate

of branching or growth form, many branches arising from one point like a bundle of sticks; of rhizines, many simple rhizines arising from one point or region.
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fasciculate

Synonym for fascicular ... Relating to a fasciculus; arranged in the form of a bundle or collection of rods. ... Synonym: fasciculate, fasciculated. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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fasciculate

Type: Term Pronunciation: fa-sik′kyū-lāt, -lā-ted Synonyms: fascicular
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